Hungry RSS plugin question

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Hi - does anyone have any idea how to get rid of the error I am getting on this page using Hungry RSS plugin?

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  • Profile picture of the author michael_gourlay
    It looks like either the directory or the filename /home/content/13/8475413/html/wp-content/cache/b133558ae110e39b011bc27159f8ec7a.spc is not writable by the php script. Check the permissions on that directory and see if that file exists.
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    • Profile picture of the author DoubleOhDave
      Originally Posted by michael_gourlay View Post

      It looks like either the directory or the filename /home/content/13/8475413/html/wp-content/cache/b133558ae110e39b011bc27159f8ec7a.spc is not writable by the php script. Check the permissions on that directory and see if that file exists.
      Thanks Michael - sorry but I am useless with that kind of thing - where should I be looking for the file and how do I check permissions?

      Thanks
      Dave
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      • Profile picture of the author michael_gourlay
        If you go to your FTP, you should be able to get to the folder: /home/content/13/8475413/html/wp-content/cache and check the permissions. In my FTP client (FileZilla) I would go to /home/content/13/8475413/html/wp-content/, right click on the cache folder (assuming it exists, if it doesn't, I'd create it) click on "File Permissions". You should see a numeric value (for example 755). Let us know what it is set to.
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        • Profile picture of the author DoubleOhDave
          Thanks Michael..

          I connected with Fire FTP cos I had problems before with FileZilla and find this easier to use..
          I can find home, but i only have three folders under that:
          wp-admin
          wp-content
          wp-includes

          What should I do now?:confused:

          Cheers
          Dave
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  • Profile picture of the author kokopelli
    Double-click on the "wp-content" directory, then it will show you the "cache" sub-directory/folder under it - see if the permissions on that cache subdirectory are adequate (usually, at least 0755 is required, but sometimes 0777 is needed). To see the permissions of that sub-directory in FireFTP, right-click on "cache", and it will show the permissions in binary (numbers) format. Change as required, but just bear in mind that giving 0777 permissions to a folder usually isn't a good security policy. Check with your host if in doubt.

    Hope that helps.

    P.S. You can also change the permissions via the cPanel File Manager - might be easier for you.
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